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Review of a Travel Site

The Business Traveler’s Dream, promoted as “the world’s first wholesale travel book engine,” worked like a charm for my staff at Social Editing. The main…

Social Media Management Tools

As a person who wants to use social media as a way to advertise or promote a business or yourself, you should be aware of…

CBT (Change Block Tracking)

By Nicholas Klacsanzky What Exactly is CBT (Change Block Tracking)? On a virtual machine (VM) that runs on a ESX/ESXi host, you sometimes want to…

Rethinking Asia

By Kate Hoyland What is it like to be taken over by a Chinese firm? Executives, speaking to The Economist tell of hungry decisiveness, followed…

Beauty on the Big Screen

By Valentine Rossetti The commercial release earlier this year of the film ‘I Am Love [Il Sono L’amore]—directed by Luca Guadagnino and co-produced by Tilda…

What Are Libraries For?

By Jason Smith We all have a soft spot for libraries. Maybe from being taken to the small local library by a primary school teacher…

A Thankless Nation

By Sabreen Maryam Ali To read the morning newspaper in Britain today is to trudge through reams of dissent and disapproval with a worldly air…

Dialogue is the Objective of Dialogue

By Sam Burt Is it acceptable for a publicly-funded British institution to be seen to be tacitly complying with the restriction of artistic freedom by…

Around 7,100 Cheetahs Remain, Say Experts

Thursday, December 29, 2016 According to a study published on Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), is…

The Birth of the Electron

Nineteenth-century physicists spent a lot of time trying to come up with wild, random ways to play with electricity. The best experiments of this kind…

The Quest for the Atomic Force

“Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the grander view?” – Victor Hugo His father died during his mother’s pregnancy.…

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